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Proceedings of the
6th International Conference on e-Learning
held at the University Of British Columbia - Okanagan

Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada
27-28 June 2011

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Paper Title

Author(s)

Guide Page

Page
No.

Preface

 

xii

vi

Biographies of Conference Chairs, Programme Chair, Keynote Speaker and Mini-track Chairs

 

xiii

vii

Biographies of contributing authors

 

xv

viii

Learning Methods and Concepts Used in Mobile Learning and how to Improve Them Using new Approaches

Kamal Aghigh and Masumeh Bodaghi

1

1

E-listening: The Promotion of EFL Listening Skills via Educational Podcasts

Hamid Ashraf, Sara Noroozi and Maryam Salami

1

10

Semantic web and Intelligent Cooperative Agents in Educational Simulators for Mathematics: Developing a Graphic Simulator of Conic Sections to Improve Learning Experiences

Cecilia Ávila Garzón, María Benito, Juan Carlos Guevara and Gloria Andrea Cavanzo

2

17

What do I Want my Doctor to Know?: Integrating Video Simulation and Multimedia for the Learning and Teaching of Medical Residents

Tamara Jayne Bahr, Susan Glover Takahashi, Chi Ming Chow, Dawn Martin4 and Melissa Kennedy

3

25

On-Line Discussion Forums: New Platforms to Supplement Face-to-Face Professional Development at Walter Sisulu University

Zwelijongile Gaylard Baleni

4

36

Learning Algorithms in Mobile Devices Through Bluetooth, SMS and MMS Technology

Ricardo Barcelos

5

42

Student-Focused eLearning Design and Evaluation

Yongmei Bentley, Habte Selassie and Anjali Shegunshi

5

53

The Impact of Communicating Institutional Strategies to Teachers Attitudes About Adopting Online Education

Inés Casanovas

6

62

Prospects and Opportunities of Distance Learning in the Sphere of Legal Education (Experience of Petrozavodsk State University and its Foreign Partners)

Sergei Chernov, Alexander Larichev and Tatiana Chernova

7

72

Personal Devices in Public Settings: Lessons Learned From an iPod Touch / iPad Project

Susan Crichton, Nancy Stuewe, Karen Pegle2 and Duncan White

7

77

(Re)Visioning eLearning for Liberal Education

Stephen Dalley

8

84

eLearning Strategy Implementation in a selected Comprehensive University. A Systems Perspective

Valindawo Dwayi

9

95

Using the Artistic Pedagogical Technology of Photovoice to Promote Interaction in the Online Post-Secondary Classroom: The Students’ Perspective

Margaret Edwards, Beth Perry, Katherine Janzen and Cynthia Menzies

10

103

Using the Social web for Teaching and Learning User Stories

Terrill Fancott, Pankaj Kamthan and Nazlie Shahmir2

11

111

Educating Youngsters for the Workforce: Tutoring F1 in School Teams With an eLearning Strategy

Cláudia Fernandes and Luís Rocha

11

122

Effectiveness of Formative E-Assessment in Large Language Classes

Grisel María García Pérez

13

130

Social Not-Working? Evaluating and Building an Online Learning Community

Colin Gray and Keith Smyth

14

137

Beyond the eBook: The Pinocchio Revolution-When the Protagonist Comes to Life

Melissa Mix Hart

14

148

Implementing eLearning at a University of Technology in South Africa: A Qualitative Study

Eunice Ivala

15

156

A Comparison of Students’ Responses with their Actual Usage of Mobile Learning for High School Mathematics

Vani Kalloo and Permanand Mohan

16

164

The Impact of an Online Educational Game on Knowledge and Attitudes

David Kaufman, Louise Sauvé and Lise Renaud

17

173

The Global Classroom Project: Learning a Second Language in a Virtual Environment

Brant Knutzen and David Kennedy

17

183

Effective Pedagogies for Online Mathematics Courses: A Review of Literature

Özlem Korkmaz

18

198

Technology: Is it Driving Instructional Design and Delivery?

Joel Levine

19

205

On Trust and Assurance: Towards a Risk Mitigation Normative Framework for eLearning Adoption

Jorge Tiago Martins and Miguel Baptista Nunes

20

209

Academic Staff and Student Adoption Rate of Blended Learning at Walter Sisulu University

Tabisa Mayisela

21

219

Articulating Assessment Design Practice for Online Courses and Programs - Cases in Assessment Strategy Design and Development

Janet McCracken, Sunah Cho, Afsaneh Sharif, Brian Wilson, Jeff Miller, Donna Scalzo and Chris Crowley

21

226

eLearning in Continuous Medical Education: Development and Assessment of Online Problem Based Contents

Rita Mojtahedzadeh, Aeen Mohammadi and Amir Hossein Emami

22

236

The Structural Model of Knowledge Management in Higher Education Institutions

Fattah Nazem

23

241

Enhancing Student Interaction in Didactics Teaching Approaches – The Right to Text During Class

Dick Ng’ambi

24

249

Experience on Using a Virtual World for Software Engineering Projects

Vincent Ng and Zoe Tang

25

258

Socio-Cultural Implications for the User-perceptions of eLearning in Universities in a Developing Country: A Grounded Theory Approach

Bongani Ngwenya

25

267

Creating and Using a Wiki Textbook to Teach Management Information Systems

Timothy Olson

26

277

Using Invitational Theory to Understand the Effectiveness of Artistic Pedagogical Technologies in Creating an Invitational Classroom in the Online Educational Milieu

Beth Perry, Margaret Edwards, Cynthia Menzies and Katherine Janzen

27

284

Overview of Medical Schools’ Adoption of Curriculum Mapping, Management and Delivery Technologies

Marcelina Piotrowski

28

293

Good Teaching Co-Decide: How do Innovative Teaching Draughts Come With Competitors and Public? The Multi-Media Based University Teaching Award of Lower Saxony campusemerge

Gisela Prey

29

302

Bonjour/Hello: Just-in-Time Education and Second Language in Canada

Karen Ragoonaden

30

307

Social Media as ‘Disruptive Technologies’: Negotiation of Power and Social Learning in Facebook Postings

Patient Rambe

31

314

SIMUL@: 3D Spaces to Learn Generic Skills. A Pilot Study With Education Students

Jose Cela Ranilla, Vanessa Esteve González , Luís Marqués Molías, Mercè Gisbert Cervera, Itala Arias Barranco, Byron Ernesto Vaca Barahona and Gonzalo Nicolay Samaniego Erazo

32

324

Faculty Perceptions of Teaching Quality and Peer Influence in the Utilization of Learning Technologies: An Extension of the Technology Acceptance Model

Florin Salajan, Anita Welch, Claudette Peterson and Chris Ray

33

335

Course Development Strategies for eLearning in Music Disciplines: Structuring, Presentation and Facilitation

Jelena Simonovic Schiff

34

344

Discovering Solutions to Online Learning Barriers: Survey of EU Health-Educational Stakeholders in Dentistry

Dieter Schönwetter and Patricia Reynolds

35

353

Can Online Peer Review Assignments Replace Essays in Third Year University Courses? And if so, What are the Challenges?

Martin Smith

36

362

Opening new Boundaries in Science

Juliet Stoltenkamp and Jason Kasuto

37

373

Project Management and Assessment of Distributed Teams in an Online Capstone Masters-Level Information Technology Course

Charles Tappert and Allen Stix

38

382

Choosing a Blog Tool for Large Student Numbers

Dalize van Heerden and Francette Myburgh

38

396

Institutional Repositories: Strengthening Scholarly Communication Through Open Access

Shalini Wasan and Rupak Chakravarty

39

406

eLearning Portal for Student Teachers of Universitas Terbuka and Teachers in Indonesia

Aminudin Zuhairi, Ms Andayani, Mestika Winahyu

39

413

PhD Papers

 

41

421

The use of Blogs to Prompt Learner Reflection During First Co-Operative Education Work Terms

Sandra Birrell

43

423

How can one Integrate Social Media Into a Problem-Based Learning Approach?

Lillian Buus

44

431

Development of the Portal for Mobile Learning in Health

Zlatko Čović and Miodrag Ivković

45

438

Improving eLearning Quality Through Evaluation: The Case of the Cuban University

Wilder González Díaz , Frederik Questier , Teresita de Jesús Gallardo López  and Arno Libotton

45

449

A Structural Equation Model of Student’s Priority for Selecting eLearning Tools

Billy Kalema, Oludayo  Olugbara and Ray Kekwaletswe

46

458

Convergence of Mobile Learning Technology and Knowledge Management System Innovation for SME Clustering

Puvanart Keoplang, Tippakorn Rungkasiri , Peraphon Sophatsathit, and Prachyanun Nilsook

47

468

Enhancing the off Campus Students’ Reading Comprehension through Asynchronous Forum

Maslawati Mohamad, Supyan Hussin and Zaini Amir

48

477

Work In Progress

 

49

487

Twitter and Edulink: Balancing Passive Consumption With Knowledge Creation

Najma Agherdien

51

489

Participative Faculty Development With an Online Course in eCollaboration

Marco Bettoni, Willi Bernhard, Cindy Eggs and Gabriele Schiller

52

493

The Effectiveness of WiSeUp Online, eLearning System at Walter Sisulu University: Student Attitudes and Perceptions

Thandokazi Euthodora Ikedinobi

52

497

Increasing Student Participation and Success in Online Education

Grace Lynch

53

500

Blended Learning at Masters Level Enables UK Dietitians to Meet the National Health Service Agenda for Improved Patient Care and Clinical Outcomes

Fiona McCullough and Ann Micklewright

54

505

Trustful Online Learning Communities

Sonia Sousa and David Lamas

55

508

 

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